The Gund Hall is a building by John Andrews at Havard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. the building used as architecture school. It using concrete and stell trusses as the construction system, makes a modern style on it. The building provide a stimulating environment in which to work(studio and office area for 500 students and more than 100 faculty and staff), lecture and seminar rooms, workshops and darkrooms, an audiovisual center, computer facilities, a cafeteria, a project room, Piper Auditorium and the Frances Loeb Library. In the central studio space, there is clear-span roof that allowing natural light to enter the room and also provides views toward Boston.